certainly a very different take on Peter, compared to what i have read in the past. nice work! there were a few errors here and there but that's normal with most stories; nothing to worry about too much. wonderful job on this. keep up the amazing work.Author's Response: Thank you so much :D im glad you liked it :) Report Review
Thank you for making Peter Pettigrew into a character! In so many stories, he is despised or just disappears entirely. Thank you for attempting to explain and understand him. I think it work beautifully. It was such a tragic love story! I loved it!!Author's Response: Thank you! That was really what I wanted to do; to make him into an actual person. There are always more than one side to a person, and this was what could possibly be his. In my eyes anyways, hah, thank you so much for your kind words and thank you for giving yourself the time to review. It really means a lot :) Report Review
lord,it is touching!
i really do feel for sympathy for Peter pettigrew!!!
it is beautifully written!!!
no other words.Author's Response: Thank you so much :D Im glad you liked it :] Report Review
Really well written.
Loved it.Author's Response: Thank you so much for reviewing :D Report Review
Wow. I've never read a story from Peter's perspective before, and I'm impressed that you've managed to make him so complex and give him such an interesting voice.
PalomaAuthor's Response: Thank you, I really tried to portray him somewhat human, as we all, even the bad people, have something good in us. So Im glad you saw that. Thank you so much for your review :] Report Review
As odd as it may sound, I really enjoy reading one-shots about Peter Pettigrew. Maybe it's because he's as neglected in fanfics as his character is in the HP series. I really like the style you used in writing this story, offering brief glimpes into the different aspects of his life. You somehow managed to say so much in so little words and that is an impressive feat. In fact, I almost felt as though these would have been the moments of his life that flashed before his eyes as he lay dying in the Malfoy's basement. The nameless OC was a nice touch, especially that she was such a realist when it came to the Order and the War. Not many writers would have thought to create an OC part of the Order that disapproved of what the Order was doing and had such a bleak outlook. She was very 3-dimensional, I liked her. Very heartbreaking that Peter was forced to kill her to test his loyalty to Voldemort. And the end, wow, very clever of you to end it on such an ironic tone.
Other than a few spelling mistakes, I really enjoyed reading this. Great job! 9/10
~MistyAuthor's Response: Thank you :D That was exactly what I was aiming for, so I'm glad you liked it :) Thank you so much for reviewing! Report Review
Wow. Just - wow. so much tension, underlying foreboding of the path towards impending doom. I love this story! so utterly incredible!
Your style of writing truly captured me from the very start. This is the first piece of writing I've read giving Peter's perspective of things, and I find it truly amazing. Have you thought about writing another chapter to finish it off? It feels like there is so much unfulfilled.Author's Response: Hey!! :) Actually, no I havent.. I havent thought about doing any more to it, but Ill think about it. Thank you so much for your wonderful review!! It truly made my day :D And Im glad you liked it :) Report Review
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